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Worst Car Crashes

Updated on October 15, 2011

Worst Car Crashes

Motor Vehicle Statistics - Yearly

31,000 / 5,500,000 car accidents are fatal.

2,000,000 / 5,500,000 result in an injury.

61% of accidents only involve 1 vehicle.

812,000 drivers on the road at any given moment are texting.

4 children under the age of 14 die daily in an auto accident.

31% of fatalities are caused by speeding.


WOW!
WOW!

House And Car Wreck

In Atalanta, Georgia on August 27th, 2011 an SUV went off the road, went through two yards before colliding into a house. 2 people ended up injured. When police arrived they could not find the driver of the SUV. Passenger was claiming to not remember what had happened. Houses get hit very occasionally and it is very sad. Poor innocent families are at risk of others pathetic driving.

Thomas The Train Wrecking
Thomas The Train Wrecking

Train And Car Wreck

Ryongchon, North Korea

On April 22, 2004 two trains carrying flammables collided, causing huge explosions near the Chinese border. Killing over 160 and injuring more than 1,500. It was one of the worst train wrecks to have occurred in the 20th centrury. Since 1984 the amount of deaths in train accidents has slowly increased. This may be due to quicker trains and the fact that they travel at night now.

Bus And Car Wreck

Carrollton, Kentucky bus collision

This is still one of the deadliest bus related disasters in the United States. In May of 1988 a drunk driver (Larry Mahoney) in a pickup truck traveling in the opposite direction collided head-on with a church bus. The initial crash was worsened when the gas from the fuel tank ruptured causing the bus to ignite immediately after impact. This accident resulted in the death of 27 people and injured 40 passengers. Only six passengers excaped without any real injury.


Such A Nice Enzo
Such A Nice Enzo

Car And Car Wreck

A 40 year old driver was killed after reaching speeds of 160 MPH. He lost control upon reaching 160 MPH , the impact tore the Enzo into a few thousand pieces. This is not the fastest wreck recorded another Ferrari Enzo wrecked at 196 MPH but somehow ended up walking away unharmed. No, the car was in more pieces than then Enzo going 160 MPH.

Deer Wreck

Deer Wreck - Front Seat
Deer Wreck - Front Seat
Deer Wreck - Back Seat
Deer Wreck - Back Seat

Animal And Car Wreck

A man collides with a deer going somewhere near 65mph. Upon impact the deer flies through the windshield with extreme force causing a crazy amount of damage. Also you will see how much blood got flung into the car. Crazy one of the worst animal accidents I have ever came across. Yes, there are others that cause multiple wrecks but wow! Never have i seen this much blood damage.

Motor Vehicle Statistics

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    • Au fait profile image

      C E Clark 

      6 years ago from North Texas

      Your statistics should be eye openers for a lot of people. I work at a job that requires me to be traveling on the road for 6 hours or more daily, and you wouldn't believe some of the things I see people doing while they're driving. Have to say, men are not better drivers than women. They seem to do just as many stupid things as women do when driving. A lot of people shouldn't even have a driver's license, and I'm not talking about the over 65 crowd.

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      Kenneth Avery 

      6 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama

      12/7, Nspeel...GREAT read. Voted up, useful, and interesting. Marvelous graphics and writing. I apologize for not visiting as much as I should, but for that, I am so sorry. I will do better. You see, Ive been getting as many projects published as possible before my health worsens. I am very sorry. Nspeel, I DO value you following me and being a friend. Merry Christmas to you and yours. KENNETH

    • Nspeel profile imageAUTHOR

      Nspeel 

      6 years ago from Myrtle Beach

      poshcoffee - Aweomse idea do you think coffee on the beach would sell though? maybe if I would head out early?

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      Steve Mitchell 

      6 years ago from Cambridgeshire

      You have some great hubs here.

      Coffee van makes great profit. Cost to make 1 coffee 25p sell at £1.80 = £1.55 clear profit.

      Thanks for the follow.

    • Nspeel profile imageAUTHOR

      Nspeel 

      6 years ago from Myrtle Beach

      Thanks for reading :D

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      Brianna W 

      6 years ago from East Coast

      Good to hear. I will check that article out.

    • Nspeel profile imageAUTHOR

      Nspeel 

      6 years ago from Myrtle Beach

      Yes I wrote an article about him labeled "Bad Car Wreck" but no one in the deer accident was injured except for the deer of course. Which they found more pieces of the deer inside the SUV than outside.

    • bwhite062007 profile image

      Brianna W 

      6 years ago from East Coast

      Yeah, yucky. Wonder if the person made it out of that car safely? Aw, very sorry about your dog. Is he ok now?

    • Nspeel profile imageAUTHOR

      Nspeel 

      6 years ago from Myrtle Beach

      At least they weren't a red cereal... Isn't that something else? My dog was hit by a car and there was half that much blood in my car and i was hysterical for hours.

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      Brianna W 

      6 years ago from East Coast

      Frosted Flakes

    • Nspeel profile imageAUTHOR

      Nspeel 

      6 years ago from Myrtle Beach

      Ha ha what kind of cereal were you about to eat.

    • bwhite062007 profile image

      Brianna W 

      6 years ago from East Coast

      Great Hub! Voted up and interesting. Car accidents happen far too often and at the result of ignorance. But I have learned not to be eating while clicking on an article titled "Bad Car Crashes". The deer photos really ruined my cereal. lol

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      floridalife 

      6 years ago

      Excellent information. When you see these scenes well you realize we must drive safely.

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